5 Ways to Improve Your Motivation to Exercise
Most of us dread exercise. Life happens. We get carried away and find it hard to meet our fitness goals. This article shares strategies for you to utilise in order to find the motivation to exercise and meet your fitness goals.Life – Just Like a Game of Ludo
Did I hear you say “Life is dicey”? Living life is like casting dice in a game of Ludo. A die has different faces but you only need one face to start your game; a six (6). Once you start, you can no longer predict the faces you display when you throw; maybe 1,2,3,4 or 5. You just play with whatever you have whether it moves your token to the finish square safely or it drags along, whether it takes you far or slows you down.To Improve The Quality Of Your Life, Focus On Getting Better
Do you want to improve your life? Are you committed to changing your conditions? Many people will answer yes to these questions, though it is my experience very few people are dedicated to improve their life.When Your World Comes Crashing Down
Sometimes life hits us between the eyes and delivers an unexpected turn of events. The shock and resultant impact can make us question why it’s happened. Have we been bad, is it karma, do we deserve this? The answer is often a resounding ‘no’. It is what it is, nothing more or less than that. But, nonetheless, we have to deal with it and recover.Perfection Secret of Buff Skeletons
In 1982, scientists pulled a shipwreck from the sea and swarmed the ancient “body guards” onboard. But these were no ordinary body guards.What to Do When Overwhelmed by Your Reality?
At times, life feels like an overwhelming affair. There’s too much to do, too much to think, too much to worry about. What can we do to fight that feeling?Interview With an International Keynote Speaker, Trainer and Influence 100 Authority
This is the transcript to an interview with an International Keynote Speaker, Author, Trainer and Influence 100 Authority. It covers the story behind his success.Dr. Romance on How to Stretch Time
Dr. Romance writes: Would you like to stretch time – to make the time you have go farther, and use it more for what you really want to do? Stretching time is not difficult if you have the prerequisites: self-awareness, a sense of purpose, thoughtful action, and a playful approach.Optimism and Thoughtlessness Are Not Synonyms
Optimism is a concept that exists in every culture in the world, a word used by almost every human being, in spite of which, no two people understand it the same way. True optimism is deeply rooted on resourcefulness and hope and can’t be experienced without a solid element of common sense and logic.How To Be Determined and Accomplish Anything
Being competitive and number one has it’s perks. So, I challenge you to be number one. And if you’re not competitive it’s okay. It’s about being better. Could you do this for yourself?How to Work With Demotivation (When You Just Don’t Want To… )
We all face situations in life we don’t like. There are always those projects or tasks that just have to be done that we’d rather not do. There are always going to be times when we have to work with demotivation. Part of maturity and taking responsibility for our lives is doing the things that need to be done, and doing them well whether or not we’re in the mood. Here are some strategies you can use that may help you to deal with those kinds of activities you’d rather not have toStop Wishing For A Better Life And Embrace The One You Have Now
Let’s be truthfully honest: Are you happy with your life or do you wish things were different? For example, how would a life coach evaluate it? Would they make adjustments here and there or give you their sign of approval? Sometimes we allow our negative emotions to get in the way of what life is trying to tell us.When Your Present Life Isn’t Working
What can you do when you believe, that your present life isn’t working properly for you-or that it isn’t working at all? This may be a tough question, but it’s an important one. Symptoms that suggest you’re not satisfied with your present life include agonizing over your past, feeling sorry for yourself, complaining that “you didn’t do this or that,” and repeating your old failures.